Tag: UK

Jan 18 2007

Nathan ups his Asite stake

Days after Asite CEO Tony Ryan bought nearly £9,000-worth of shares in the company (see Now Tony invests in Asite), it has been announced that CTO Nathan Doughty has increased his stake by purchasing 65,362 shares at 3.41 pence each (total cost around £2,230). I am a little concerned at the timing: working for an …

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Jan 15 2007

Now Tony invests in Asite

In June 2006, CTO Nathan Doughty invested around £10k in UK collaboration technology vendor Asite (see post). Just over seven months later (according to its latest London Stock Exchange announcement), Asite CEO Tony Ryan has followed suit, buying 255,579 shares at 3.518 pence per share on 12 January 2007; for just under £9k, Tony now holds approximately 0.248 per …

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Jan 12 2007

Collaborative BIM – wow! or what?!

After my ‘extranet’ predictions post earlier this week, I had a think about  Asite‘s Collaborative BIM product, and whether the industry is yet ready for such a thing. Regular readers may recall (see my 10 October 2006 post) that Asite first announced its ‘forthcoming’ collaborative BIM product at a London conference on 4 October. Just over a fortnight …

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Jan 11 2007

Construction Computing Show and Awards 2007

Just received an email and media pack from Construction Computing magazine, which mentions plans for the 2007 Construction Computing Show, to be held this year at the Arsenal Emirates Stadium in London, and the associated Awards programme. No dates or further details yet, though the media pack mentions November – when last year’s took place (see Construction Computing Show …

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Jan 11 2007

Explorer to acquire RedSky IT

This week’s Contract Journal reports that RedSky (formerly Ramesys) is in the process of being sold to a Canadian software group which it calls ‘Explore’ (it’s actually Explorer). It adds: Explore’s [sic] operating format is a total contrast to that which exists currently at Redsky, with everyone in the Canadian operation working from home in …

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Jan 10 2007

Sarcophagus revamps website

UK construction collaboration vendor Sarcophagus has revamped its website and corporate branding, probably to coincide with the company’s move to new offices in central Wakefield. Most of the website’s content remains the same as before, but the site has a brighter ‘look and feel’. Tweet

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Jan 09 2007

‘Extranet Evolution’ 2007 predictions

New Year is traditionally a time for looking back at the significant developments of the year just gone and for looking forward at what may happen in the coming year. For example, there was a lot of activity in the latter respect regarding Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). SaaS analyst Phil Wainewright wrote a series of three SaaS in 2007 …

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Jan 08 2007

Outdated claims on document management

Sometimes you read things that are just plain wrong. Take today, for instance. I spotted a potentially interesting headline at AECcafe.com: Managing Your AEC Content – Part I, so I click on the link and, scanning the opening paragraph, see the words ‘document management’. So far, so good, but then I read the piece…. The opening …

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Jan 02 2007

BuildOnline UK position worsened

Prior to BuildOnline’s merger with Citadon to form CTSpace, its financial performance in the UK was getting even worse. As previously discussed (see BuildOnline and Koral on 14 November 2006 and BIW’s growth continues – but what about the others? on 8 November 2006), BO’s latest Companies House accounts show its UK business was already struggling in …

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Dec 22 2006

CTSpace raises $5.3m

According to its latest press release, CTSpace has raised $5.3m (about £2.7m) funding in a financing round led by previous investors Insight Venture Partners and GRP Partners. The funding will apparently be used by this “leading independent collaboration on-demand company”* to “extend its leadership position” by expanding “key areas of its business including sales, marketing and international operations” …

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